Democracy Now! Wednesday, April 16, 2003
The Unexploded Bombs of Baghdad: Christian Science Monitor Reporter Scott Peterson Reveals How Cluster Bombs Are Still Killing Iraqis
Producer Democracy Now!Audio/Visual sound, color
“A two-inch-long black cylinder hangs on a white "stabilizer” ribbon from the branch of a lemon tree, a deadly fruit in a leafy Baghdad neighborhood.
Former U.S. Rep. Cynthia Mckinney Speaks Out On the Unseen Costs of War
The London Observer reported this weekend that the US multinational corporation DynCorp has won a multi-million dollar contract to police Iraq. DynCorp began recruiting for a private police force last week.
U.S. Marines Raid the Palestine Hotel in Baghdad: We Go to the Iraqi Capital to Speak with a Reporter Inside the Hotel
US Marines raided the Palestine Hotel yesterday morning. That is where foreign journalists are staying, and is also where the US has set up a temporary operations base.
The Baseball Hall of Fame Cancels "Bull Durham" Celebration Citing Actor Tim Robbins' Opposition to War. Robbins Joins us in Our Firehouse Studio
Bull Durham. Jacob’s Ladder. Bob Roberts. Short Cuts. The Hudsucker Proxy. The Shawshank Redemption. Dead Man Walking. Cradle Will Rock.
"Democracy Is Coming To Iraq And Is Being Met With U.S. Gunfire": 20,000 Shia Muslims Protest Against U.S. Led Government Talks In Nasiryah. As'ad Abukhalil Talks About The Prospect Of A Civil War Bet
On Tuesday, some 20,000 people, mostly Shia Muslims, converged on Nasiriyah to protest the first talks in Iraq on a post-invasion government.